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Free Lunch for Thursday, August 14
By Sean Phipps
Chattanooga, TN – The Free Lunch for Thursday, August 14, will be the latest album from Scott Miller and the Commonwealth. Released on Sugar Hill records, Upside Downside takes listeners back to the glory days of 70's FM radio.
Miller, formerly of the raucous V-roys, is a born songwriter. According to Sugar Hill records, Miller is a native of Swoope, VA, and began performing while working as a construction worker in Knoxville, TN. Fans fell in love with his tenor voice and soon he was touring the southeast with the V-roys.
Now a solo artist, Miller is able to reflect and analyze music at his own pace. Upside Downside provides an intimate glimpse into the life of a songwriter vying to do nothing more than play music.
Upside Downside is Miller's second solo album, a follow-up to the acclaimed 2001 album, Thus Always to Tyrants.
Fans of such artists as Steve Earle and Tim O' Brien will appreciate Miller for his textured songwriting and edgy guitar. Upside Downside will be played in its entirety on Thursday at noon.
For more information on Miller, his music (and his typewriter collection), visit www.thescottmiller.com